When President Trump said he was going to “Drain the Swamp” I think few of us realized how deep it went.
Sure, we thought of Barrack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton.
And we thought of other swamp creatures like even Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Some of us even thought of James Clapper and James Comey and their buddy John Brennan.
But I don’t think many of us realized just how deep and wide the Swamp went.
Governors and Mayors all across this country thinking they are running their own little kingdoms, immune from investigation and prosecution.
But that’s all changing and another one just got charged!
Meet Democrat Mayor Ron Meer, of Michigan City, Indiana:
Here's more, from the NY Post:
An Indiana mayor is facing multiple felony charges after getting into a dispute with his local police department.
Ron Meer, a Democrat of Michigan City, was hit with official counts of intimidation, false information and misconduct, local WSBT22 reported.
Things turned sour between Meer and the local police after his stepson was busted on drug charges which the mayor says was politically motivated, WNDU-TV reported.
Not long later, Michigan City police chief Mark Swistek and two other senior officers resigned from the force. Swistek says the mayor ordered him to remove a number cops from the department’s anti-drug task force.
The 31,000 person town lays near the Indiana-Michigan border, and sits directly off the foot of Lake Michigan.
Memo to Mayor Ron.....we're draining the Swamp, and you just might be a Swamp Thing!
Local WNDU had more:
It looks like crime has become a big issue in the Michigan City Mayor’s race.
Court documents show incumbent Ron Meer faces six felony counts for intimidation and official misconduct, and two misdemeanors for false informing “resulting in substantial hindrance to law enforcement.”
Last month, Meer claimed the arrest of his stepson on drug charges was politically motivated.
Shortly afterward the police chief resigned and wrote that he was directed by Meer to pull city officers out of the county drug task force.
Court documents show that Judge Richard R. Stalbrink recused himself from the case because his wife is corporate council for Michigan City.
As crime has become a big issue in the Michigan City mayor's race, court documents show incumbent Ron Meer faces two misdemeanor charges of false informing and six felony counts for intimidation and official misconduct.
Shortly after the mayor's stepson was arrested on drug charges earlier this month, Meer claimed the case was politically motivated.
In a letter of resignation, Swistek wrote that he was directed by Meer to pull city officers out of the La Porte County Drug Task Force.
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